Edward Boyle Library
The Edward Boyle Library contains the research collections for science, engineering and social sciences, and the level 13 Research Hub (currently closed) for staff and postgraduates. There are bookable study spaces for individual silent study and accessible student studies. Read about disabled access.
Edward Boyle Library opening times
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45 minutes before closing time, level 8 closes. Staff start closing the library from level 13, working down to level 9.
15 minutes before closing time, the teaching computer clusters close.
Café opening hours
Find out more about the Edit Room on the Great Food at Leeds website.
Edward Boyle Library floor plans
Edward Boyle Library study space
The Library has silent individual study space only, which must be booked in advance. Our group study facilities are currently unavailable due to measures taken in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Drinks with lids are allowed in the library. Please consume other food and drink outside or in the Edit Room café.
If you leave the library for more than 30 minutes, please take your belongings with you.
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The Research Hub is currently closed.
It is a dedicated space for researchers and postgraduates on level 13 of the Edward Boyle Library. Other facilities include: larger event rooms; research noticeboards and display screens to publicise research events and calls for participants; poster presentation areas to share current research; and personal lockers.
Edward Boyle Library IT and printing
Library computers are currently unavailable because of the coronavirus measures.
The Student Education Service provide a list of free to use software, apps and online tools for students, which includes assistive technology resources.
Print, copy, scan
MyPrint devices are currently unavailable for drop-in printing because of the coronavirus measures. Please use the PCB Print Service instead.
You may print if you are studying in the library.
More information about printing, copying and scanning is available from the University IT service.
Read the Library's copyright information to check what you are allowed to copy.